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Project Gutenberg INDEX OF AUTHORS 1935, Editor Ginzberg, Louis, 18731953 Gissing, George, 1857-1903 Gladstone, W. E. (William Alice Isabel, b. 1878 Hazlitt, William, 1778-1830 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
List Of Ebook Authors Isabel, b. 1878 Hazlitt, William, 1778 Katharine Berry, Editor Judy, J. M. Kanada, Yasumasa Kane, William 1884 Redgrove, H. Stanley http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
William Stanley Braithwaite Sic Vita By William Stanley Braithwaite 18781962. Heart free, hand free, Blue above, brown under, All the world to me net Timothy Bovee, editor http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Extractions: William Stanley Braithwaite (1878-1962) William Stanley Braithwaite of Arlington Heights, Mass., was a poet and the editor of the annual Anthology of Magazine Verse . He also taught at Atlanta University. (Information from the University of North Carolina Library) From Lyrics of Life and Love (1904) (University of Michigan) From The House of Falling Leaves with Other Poems (1908) (University of Michigan) WHAT sudden bird will bring us any cheer Whose song in the chill dawn gives hope of Spring; Can we be glad to give it welcoming Though April in its music be so near? Not while the burden of our memories bear The weight of silence that we know will cling About the lips that nevermore will sing The heart of him with visions voiced so clear.
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Extractions: Project Gutenberg Online Book Catalog Quick Search Author: Title Word(s): EText-No.: Advanced Search Recent Books Top 100 Offline Catalogs ... In Depth Information Read online Help on this page New Search Bibliographic Record Creator Various Editor Braithwaite, William Stanley, 1878-1962 Title Anthology of Massachusetts Poets Contents Home Bound, by Joseph Auslander America The Beautiful, by Katherine Lee Bates Yellow Clover, by Katherine Lee Bates The Returning, by Sylvester Baxter Two Moods From The Hill, by Ernest Benshimol A Banquet, by Ernest Benshimol Language English LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American literature Subject American Poetry 20th century Subject American Literature Massachusetts EText-No. Release Date No Formats Available For Download Edition Format Encoding Â¹ Compression Size Download Links Â² Plain text none 118Â KB main site mirror sites Plain text zip 50Â KB main site mirror sites Â¹ If you need a special character set, try our online recoding service Â² If you are located outside the U.S. you may want to download from a mirror site located near you to improve performance. Click on mirror sites to select a mirror site. If you have P2P software installed that understands magnetlinks click on
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William Stanley Braithwaite Sic Vita Sic Vita. By William Stanley Braithwaite. 18781962 The Editor of DayPoems will gladly assist in putting interested parties in contact with the authors. http://www.daypoems.net/poems/1188.html
Extractions: 17 items. Minister, professional baseball player, and President of the University of New Hampshire. Letters written by well-known individuals to Edward Morgan Lewis, including two from Rear Admiral Richard Byrd (of the Byrd Antarctic Expedition), one declining Lewis's invitation to be his guest on the occasion of Byrd's lecture in Durham in October 1930, and the other thanking Lewis and his wife for their hospitality while Byrd was in Durham receiving an honorary degree; one from then Vice-President Calvin Coolidge, while Lewis was a dean at the Massachusetts Agricultural College in 1922; two from Robert Frost, one introducing his friend Orrin Griffis (?), who wishes to meet Lewis, the other asking Lewis to decline an invitation from
Individual Poetry Manuscripts William Stanley Braithwaite, 18781962 (MS 96) Letters (1921-1928) sent by various NH poets to WS Braithwaite, Editor and poet. http://www.izaak.unh.edu/specoll/mancoll/poetman.htm
Extractions: Four page letter written from Amesbury, Massachusetts to Sarah Orne Jewett in London, dated July 3, 1882 in which Whittier expresses delight at the fact that Jewett is writing again. He also describes a trip to the Isles of Shoals and Celia Thaxter's growing interest in "her spiritualistic experiences." e.e. cummings , 1894-1962 (MS 30): Annie Adams Fields, author and wife of James T. Fields, was born in Boston, MA in 1834. She traveled extensively with her husband and formed intimate friendships with some of America's most well-known 19th century writers and intellectuals. She died in 1915, having outlived many of her contemporaries. Twenty letters written by Annie Adams Fields between the years 1882 and 1911. Many of them describe her daily life and travels and make mention of such notables as Reverend Henry Ward Beecher and Sarah Orne Jewett. Correspondents include Mrs. Chaney, Loulie, Mr. Dorr, Mrs. Wheelwright, Mr. Sayer, Mrs. Terry, Mr. Moody, Edward Hatch, and Mr. Updike.